A Comparative Analysis Of Strategies And Strategy-Making In The U.S. And China

Date Added: Feb 2010
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The comparative studies indicate that change toward adoption of the electric car and clean coal within the U.S. and China, as well as transnational change toward developing clean energy and reducing global warming, is likely to be slower than many would wish. While it is frustrating to have to come to grips with the slowness with which large-scale national and global change is likely to happen, it should perhaps not be surprising. This is so, first, because there exists a hierarchy of complexity in terms of levels of systems - organizational, national, transnational - at which strategy-making plays out.